Here are some helpful tips to save money on your fence installation!
1. Clear any overgrown trees limbs, bushes and foliage, sheds, landscape rocks or other barriers back from the fence line. The crew needs at least 2-feet of working space on either side of the fence line to efficiently facilitate the installation. By taking care of the pruning and hauling yourself, you can avoid additional charges for those tasks.
2. Are you a “Do-it-Yourself” type of person? If so, consider having Harrison Fence quote for installing the posts and then you can finish the rest of the fence yourself. The most difficult part of a fence installation project can be digging the post holes and setting the posts level and straight. Leave it to the pros to do the hard work, and finish up on your own at your own pace – the savings on labor will be noticeable.
3. If you’re not in a hurry, consider having your fence installed during the Fall and Winter months (typically October – early March in Colorado). Spring and Summer are the high-demand times for fence installations and you may find yourself waiting up to 6 weeks before the crew can get to your project (of course, we can provide a free estimate within a few days, so you won’t be waiting for your estimate). Postponing your project until the Fall or Winter when the installation schedule has more flexibility could save you money because we are able to offer discounted rates during the off-season.
WE INSTALL FENCES YEAR-ROUND
However you decide to go about your fence project, know that Harrison Fence of Boulder County, CO will provide you with high quality materials installed by professionals under the watchful eye of the company’s owner, Brian Harrison.
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